How to login to your WordPress site?
How to login to your WordPress site?
WordPress has been the most popular open source platform for developing and building your website or blog. You can define and explain it as a piece of free software for building your website or blog.
I’m writing this blog post for those WordPress Beginners who always get confused in logging their self-hosted WordPress site.
Many users who are new to WordPress usually forget their WordPress login URL. And it’s being a issue for them to login to their WordPress site.
While working with my many clients I found that ‘How to login to WordPress dashboard?’ has been the most common problem they are facing. You might get surprise to hear that the millions of new users of WordPress have the same problem. I want to tell all the WordPress Beginners that don’t get panic if you have no idea about ‘how to login to your WordPress site?’
I also used to have the same problem when I was learning WordPress for first time. Now, I’m used to it. You just need to follow the simple step to login to your WP site.
Process for Login to WordPress site is not that very much complex. This process itself is not complex but you are making it more complex. It is very simple and there is not any complexity in logging your WordPress dashboard.
Here, in this article I’m going to explain you about ‘How to find your WordPress login page URL?’ and ‘How to get logged into your WordPress site?’
URL for logging to your WordPress site
I think it is very important for WordPress Beginners to know about the Login Page. Login page is the page where you can get access to the back-end of your WordPress site. Before that you must know the URL of your WordPress site’s login page.
To login to your WordPress site you just need to add wp-login.php at the end of your domain name.
For example: www.example.com/wp-login.php
This interface will take you to your site logging page. There you will see login box with the fields for Username and Password.
If you have installed WordPress in sub-domain you can get access to your WordPress login page by following this URL structure:
For example : subdomain.example.com/wp-login.php
If you have installed WordPress in sub-directory then you can get access to your site’s login page by following the given below interface structure.
For example: example.com/subdirectory/wp-login.php
Logging to Your WordPress Back-end
Type your username and password and press ‘Enter’ to get access to the back-end of your site. You can also use your email address for logging to your WordPress site.
Note: If you want the browser to remember your username and password for your WordPress site you just need to tick the ‘Remember me while login’ option while logging to your site. After a moment a small box will appear on your browser which will also ask you for saving your password. Click on ‘Yes’ button to save the password.
Logging to your WordPress site will give access to the backend of your WordPress site. There you can see Dashboard from where you can add new post and page, create categories, install plugins and do other customizations to create a beautiful website.
Login to WordPress in Localhost/Environment
I have already mentioned about ‘How to login to your WordPress site?’. This works out if you have installed WordPress online.
You also might be wondering to know about ‘How to login WordPress in localhost?’
Here, I’m going to explain ‘How to login WordPress in localhost’ in two steps.
For this you have to create local environment by installing wamp/xamp and WordPress in your PC. then you have to follow the above steps mentioned below.
Step 1: Type localhost/wordpress/wp-admin on your browser and press ‘Enter’.
Step 2: WordPress login page will appear with fields to be filled with username and password. Type your username and password in and given empty field and press ‘Login’.
Now you will get access to your WordPress site installed in localhost.
I hope this tutorial will help you all beginners to know about ‘How to login to your WordPress site?’. I believe that you will find this tutorial very easy to understand and helpful to sort out your WordPress login problems. All I need is your support and suggestions to make my posts more informative, useful and helpful. If you want to see this type of tutorial based on the problems related to WordPress in coming days, Please subscribes us!!!!!